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Title: Caligrafias da figuralização do grotesco : Gargantua por Rabelais e Gustave Doré
Keywords: Letras;  Estudos de literatura;  Grotesco na arte;  Ilustração de livro;  Pintura;  Rabelais, François, ca 1490-1553;  Gargantua;  Semiologia;  Semiology;  Illustration;  Grotesque
Issue Date: 18-Dec-2008
Abstract: The intersection between visual arts and literature is one of the major issues in Semiology. Since Classical Antiquity, when poetry and painting got interwoven through Horace s motto ut pictura poesis until Lessing s intervention through Laocoonte, in the 18th century. That set up two different domains: one for the poet, another for the artist. Based upon such distinction, I have focused a more specific topic: the illustration of a work-of-art, which is the conjugation of efabulation and figuration, makes it possible for the viewer to encounter two different works that can communicate and, not rarely, contradict. So I propose in this dissertation to approach Rabelais calligraphies writer and those by Gustave Doré illustrator in what they converge when it comes to the representation of grotesque body in Gargantua, by François Rabelais.
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